Artists to be Given Studio Space in Senior Centers

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Department of Cultural Affairs is partnering with the city's Department for the Aging in an effort to improve the city's livability for older New Yorkers.

Visual artists will be placed in studio spaces at senior centers throughout the city. In return for free work space, the artists will participate in senior center programming, such as installing exhibitions, leading workshops, and giving lectures for the elders.


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